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Toilet Holster

This is a discussion on Toilet Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This thread is funny as crap Looks like that'd come in handy when things turn crappy "thinks are lookin' crappy around here,...good thing I'm armed!" ...

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    This thread is funny as crap

    Looks like that'd come in handy when things turn crappy

    "thinks are lookin' crappy around here,...good thing I'm armed!"

    Quote Originally Posted by threeLegDog View Post
    Did anyone else watch the video of this? They have one of these mounted on the CEILING of the car,...with the handguns mounted longways so its CLEARLY visilble when someones next to you,...talk about aking people freak out if they look over


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    This reminds me of a movie:

    Capo Pete Clemenza (played by Richard Castellano) tutors Michael in how to do the job and assures him that a gun will be waiting for him behind the toilet in the men's room of the restaurant where he will meet Sollozzo and McCluskey.

    This sets up a most famous line:
    Sonny: Hey, listen, I want somebody good - and I mean very good - to plant that gun. I don't want my brother coming out of that toilet with just his d&&& in his hands, alright?
    Clemenza: The gun'll be there.

    I for one would not leave a firearm in the bathroom. It is an area of high humidity.
    If your level of preparedness demands it, a can of OC or another weapon may do the job.

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    i actually ordered a couple of those magnets. One for the car and one for the snap-on box... which fankly, why isn't that an option anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeTen View Post
    i actually ordered a couple of those magnets. One for the car and one for the snap-on box... which fankly, why isn't that an option anyway?
    Snap-on box? hmm I know a thing or two about those


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    [QUOTE=TennesseeTen;1667611]
    and there just wasn't a comfortable mounting location next to the actual toilet.... QUOTE]

    Had you thought about mounting a piece of velcro with adhesive to the side of your throne. Stick the adhesived mating piece to the velcro on to the side of a Kydex holster. You could leave the kydex holster in place and it'd be easy to remove should you want to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Just how much time do you spend on the toilet that you need to mount a holster,I just lay my gun on the counter top.
    Exactly what I was thinking!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper View Post
    Exactly what I was thinking!
    This is what I do, but then we wouldn't have this thread to properly instruct us on how to handle a question about the bathroom in an adult and mature fashion.

    Oh...uh...yeah. About that...
    That which does not kill us leaves us broken and bleeding...

    Don’t mess with the guy who can barely stand up. His remaining options for self-defense don't include your survival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macattack View Post
    Boy i'd get the patent on that asap!!!!!

    You could call it the Crap-shoot!!
    Well I am no more good after reading that.

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    That's a hoot! If you've ever seen "Pulp Fiction" you know why John Travolta needed a firearm in the bathroom!

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    there are some thread titles that just scream 'click me!'.
    but i gotta admit, seeing a holster mounted to a wall just wasnt what i was hoping for. now someone has to mount one to a toilet just so i can see that pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeLegDog View Post
    That's what I have except I use it under my computer desk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by friesepferd View Post
    there are some thread titles that just scream 'click me!'.
    but i gotta admit, seeing a holster mounted to a wall just wasnt what i was hoping for. now someone has to mount one to a toilet just so i can see that pic
    sorry buddy... I really tried to figure out a good position for it, but for all my thinking, I kept coming back to the fear of p'n on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeTen View Post
    This weekend I'm mounting a holster next to my toilet. It's partly out of necessity..... but mostly out of sheer awesomeness.
    Well, let's all hope it doesn't turn out too "crappy...."



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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeTen View Post
    This weekend I'm mounting a holster next to my toilet. It's partly out of necessity..... but mostly out of sheer awesomeness.
    So... Is it going to be ITB or OTB carry?
    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    Bad people come to good neighborhoods to do push ins. While I do not have a holster mounted to my toilet, I do have one (w/ a handgun in it) on my person until I retire for the evening.
    This is my philosophy as well. I only take the gun off when I am going to be in doors and usually it is near my person. I don't have one in every room but I usually have a Glock 26 in my pockets (I use a pocket holster for it).

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